Women in Afghanistan will use ETH, the Binance's account is hacked, Binance will allow fiat-crypto trading, The Moscow Exchange is preparing for ICOs, South Korea announced new regulation rules, Tron bought BitTorrent, Apple is against mining, Tezos will have fork before launch.
- Young women coders in Afghanistan are getting a chance to use Ethereum as Code to Inspire (CTI), a non-profit for teaching women in Afghanistan to write code, has partnered with the Bounties Network.
- The Binance user’s account with $50K worth of crypto was hacked through a SIM swap.
- Cryptocurrency exchange Binance will allow fiat-crypto trading through a separate Malta-based exchange.
- The Moscow Exchange is looking to create infrastructure for companies to conduct ICOs and publish information about certain tokens.
- South Korea claimed that the country will be regulating cryptocurrency exchanges in the same manner they regulate commercial banks, which will be carried out by the Korea Financial Intelligence Unit (KFIU) in collaboration with other local financial regulators.
- BitTorrent, a peer to peer file sharing protocol over the internet, has been sold to Justin Sun, the founder of Tron. The company’s employees have been advised not to release any information.
- Apple has halted the design and development of iOS applications which can be used for direct cryptocurrency mining.
- Tezos will become the first blockchain to have been forked before it’s launched.